Database Processing: Fundamentals, Design, and Implementation (13th Edition)
The 13th edition of Database Processing: Fundamentals, Design, and Implementation refines the organization and content of this classic textbook to reflect a new teaching and professional workplace environment. Students and other readers of this book will benefit from new content and features in this edition.
New to This Edition
Content and features new to the 13th edition of Database Processing: Fundamentals, Design, and Implementation include:
● Material on Big Data and the evolving NoSQL movement has been moved to Chapter 12 and expanded upon. Big Data is the theme for the chapter. New material on virtualization, cloud computing, and the development of non-relational unstructured data stores (such as Cassandra and HBase) and the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) is also included in Chapter 12.
● Each chapter now features an independent Case Question set. The Case Question sets are problem sets that generally do not require the student to have completed work on the same case in a previous chapter (there is one intentional exception that ties data modeling and database design together). Although in some instances the same basic named case may be used in different chapters, each instance is still completely independent of any other instance.
● The SQL topics of JOIN . . . ON and OUTER JOIN previously in Chapter 7 have been moved to Chapter 2 so nearly all SQL query topics are covered in one chapter (the exception is correlated subqueries, which are still reserved for Chapter 8).
● The coverage of SQL Persistent Stored Modules (SQL/PSM) in Chapter 7, Chapter 10, Chapter 10A, Chapter 10B, and Chapter 10C now includes a discussion of userdefined functions.
● The use of Microsoft Access 2013 to demonstrate and reinforce basic principles of database creation and use. This book has been revised to update all references to Microsoft Access and other Microsoft Office products (e.g., Microsoft Excel) to the recently released Microsoft Office 2013 versions.
● The updating of the book to reflect the use of Microsoft SQL Server 2012, the current version of Microsoft SQL Server. Although most of the topics covered are backward compatible with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Express edition, all material in the book now uses SQL Server 2012 in conjunction with Office 2013, exclusively.
● The updating of the book to use MySQL 5.6, which is the current generally available (GA) release of MySQL. Further, we also now use the MySQL Installer for Windows for installations on computers with the Windows operating system.
● The use of the Microsoft Windows Server 2012 as the server operating system and Windows 8 as the workstation operating system generally discussed and illustrated in the text. These are the current Microsoft server and workstation operating systems. We do keep some Windows 7 material where it seems appropriate and in some places present both the Windows 7 and Window 8 versions of operations and utilities.
● The addition of online Appendix J, “Business Intelligence Systems.” This appendix contains material removed from Chapter 12 to make room for new material on Big Data and the Not Only SQL movement.
● We have updated online Appendix I, “Getting Started with Web Servers, PHP, and the Eclipse PDT.” This new material provides a detailed introduction to the installation and use of the Microsoft IIS Web server, PHP, and the Eclipse IDE used for Web database application development as discussed in Chapter 11.
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